Dynamic Syntax Conference: List of accepted talks

Along with our keynote talk from Ruth Kempson (Dynamic Syntax on the Move), we are excited to announce the list of talks accepted to the DS conference in London:

Riham Abudonia (Cairo University) - Passive strategies and argument structure in Luganda: a dynamic syntax account

Miriam Bouzouita (Ghent University) and Hannah Gibson (SOAS University of London) - Constraints on Structural Underspecification: Compound tenses in Old Spanish and East African Bantu

Ronnie Cann (University of Edinburgh) - Construing personal pronouns without features

Stergios Chatzikyriakidis (University of Gothenburg) - Modification in Dynamic Syntax

Nadia Christopher (SOAS University of London) - Kazakh Differential Object Marking – the Dynamic Syntax Approach

Peter Edelsten (SOAS University of London) - An incremental approach to parsing information structure.

Hannah Gibson and Lutz Marten (SOAS University of London) -  Underspecification and procedural meaning: Lexical NPs as anaphora

Christine Howes (University of Gothenburg) and Arash Eshghi (Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh) - Formalising backchannel relevance spaces

Stephen Jones (University of Oxford) - Building processing models with DS and LFG: Some challenges

Yan Jiang (SOAS University of London) - Chinese Anaphora: Lexical Encoding, Distributive Alternation and Reference Tracking

Jieun Kiaer (Oxford University) - Analysing two-year-old's dialogue corpus in DS

Andriana Koumbarou (SOAS University of London) - Focusing in Hindi and the dynamics of left to right parsing in context

James Reid (University of Edinburgh) - Parsing-modulated antecedent-selection in proposition-controlled free adjuncts

Mehrnoosh Sadrzadeh (Queen Mary University of London), Matt Purver (Queen Mary University of London), Ruth Kempson (King’s College London) - Incremental Distributional Semantics for Dynamic Syntax

Daniel Sax (University of Warsaw) - A DS solution to a puzzle in Polish: TO introducing LINKed structures

Darryl Turner (University of Edinburgh) - Relative clauses as appositional nominal

Xiaolong Yang (Zhejiang University of Finance and Economics) - A dynamic account of verb copying cleft construction in Chinese